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Wee Paws Animal Sanctuary

target United States, Nevada, Pahrump 89048

A no-kill, cage-free sanctuary specializing in unadoptable cats, especially those who are elderly, chronically ill, are FIV+, or who have behavioral issues. They also foster orphaned kittens and find them forever homes. They offer behavioral counseling to try to keep cats in their homes and long-term low or no-cost fostering for families in transition. They are ardent proponents of bio-appropriate diets as the healthiest way to feed any cat and encourage adopters to feed raw diets.

  • 1640 Huracan St
    Pahrump, NV 89048
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Wee Paws Animal Sanctuary is a no-kill cat sanctuary located in a cage-free, home environment. We're proudly listed on Petfinder. We sometimes rescue dogs and parrots, but our hearts belong to the kitties!
 
We specialize in caring for unadoptable cats, especially those who are elderly, chronically ill, are FIV+, or who have behavioral issues, but we also care for litters of orphaned kittens throughout the year.
 
We have a special place in our hearts for pets whose owners have passed away, and endeavor to provide them with patience and understanding as they grieve.
 
We'll do whatever it takes to keep a cat at home, with its family, even if that means offering behavioral counseling to correct problems, or providing long-term, low-or-no-cost foster care for families in transition. We started relatively small, and have expanded to 24 resident cats; our oldest resident, also our first, just turned 18.

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Wee Paws Animal Sanctuary

Main Location: United States, Nevada, Pahrump

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